At Davos 2020, Johnson & Johnson announces $250 Million Commitment to support frontline health workers

At the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Johnson & Johnson announced a $250 million commitment to frontline health workers through the company’s recently established Center for Health Worker Innovation.

As the world counts down the “decade of action” to make the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals a reality, Johnson & Johnson is taking one of the toughest challenges facing healthcare head on—closing a 18 million health worker shortage and equipping all frontline health workers to thrive. Solving this challenge is critical to achieving global health priorities such as universal health coverage.

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